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Old 12-06-2012, 04:07 AM
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So there's this kid with a lower end built 2jze supra(by lower end i mean 350-400hp top end being 1100hp... god i love those motors)
Anyway this kid goes racing through my town and i love when i catch him on my r6 but its getting to be snowy season in the good ole Midwest (WI) so I'm back in my 95 530i and normally i wouldn't care about about a ricer but this guy needs to know what bmws were built for.
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Old 12-06-2012, 04:47 AM
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So there's this kid with a lower end built 2jze supra(by lower end i mean 350-400hp top end being 1100hp... god i love those motors)
Anyway this kid goes racing through my town and i love when i catch him on my r6 but its getting to be snowy season in the good ole Midwest (WI) so I'm back in my 95 530i and normally i wouldn't care about about a ricer but this guy needs to know what bmws were built for.
They weren't built for drag racing thats for sure

You probably can not afford to run against the supra. Turbo up your machine and you can make incredible power, otherwise, don't race tubo supra's as a rule.
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Old 12-06-2012, 08:43 AM
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So there's this kid with a lower end built 2jze supra(by lower end i mean 350-400hp top end being 1100hp... god i love those motors)
Anyway this kid goes racing through my town and i love when i catch him on my r6 but its getting to be snowy season in the good ole Midwest (WI) so I'm back in my 95 530i and normally i wouldn't care about about a ricer but this guy needs to know what bmws were built for.
who wants to play "Guess! Their! Age!"

Your 530 won't beat anything with a turbo, let alone a freaking 2JZ. I have a nitrous 350Z and I would get demolished by that. When you do add an exhaust and a drop-in filter, go find him and roll a video camera, it'd be fun to watch.
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Old 12-06-2012, 09:15 AM
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Agreed. I wouldn't touch that thing. I would just sit back and admire. Now if he's a douche, that's a different story, but be prepared to put in $$$$ just for the sake of beating one kid in your town. Not worth it. And as you get older, you'll realize how stupid this post was.
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Old 12-06-2012, 09:27 AM
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Just buy a e30, completely strip it down to bare metal inside with a seat, a steering wheel, and a shifter. Then do a M30b35 swap, turbo the hell out of it (atleast 65mm turbo on 15 -20psi), put some slicks on it and take it to the track. You'll probably beat him, but don't hold your breathe.
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Old 12-06-2012, 11:08 AM
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So there's this kid with a lower end built 2jze supra(by lower end i mean 350-400hp top end being 1100hp... god i love those motors)
Anyway this kid goes racing through my town and i love when i catch him on my r6 but its getting to be snowy season in the good ole Midwest (WI) so I'm back in my 95 530i and normally i wouldn't care about about a ricer but this guy needs to know what bmws were built for.

Have him come at you at 50 mph while your E34 is standing still. Guess who will be turned into a tin can.

Have him stand still while you come at him at 35. Guess who's going to be able to make a milk run later that day.

The E34 is a Jagdpanzer. Now you know what it is built for.
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Old 12-06-2012, 11:13 AM
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So there's this kid with a lower end built 2jze supra(by lower end i mean 350-400hp top end being 1100hp... god i love those motors)
Anyway this kid goes racing through my town and i love when i catch him on my r6 but its getting to be snowy season in the good ole Midwest (WI) so I'm back in my 95 530i and normally i wouldn't care about about a ricer but this guy needs to know what bmws were built for.


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Old 12-06-2012, 01:23 PM
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Haha ill just stick with motor cycles but i still love my bimmer and that kid gets everything from mommy and daddy so I'll be fine I'm not really to concerned.
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Old 12-08-2012, 02:59 PM
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Turbo would be the only way.
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Old 12-09-2012, 11:52 PM
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Haha ill just stick with motor cycles but i still love my bimmer and that kid gets everything from mommy and daddy so I'll be fine I'm not really to concerned.
Who cares who pays for it, someone wise said to me once "the only people impressed by assholes behind the wheel are other assholes behind the wheel"

i.e. Have fun driving for yourself, not because you "beat" some other guy in some fake racer dream.

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Old 12-10-2012, 12:46 AM
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Who cares who pays for it, someone wise said to me once "the only people impressed by assholes behind the wheel are other assholes behind the wheel"

i.e. Have fun driving for yourself, not because you "beat" some other guy in some fake racer dream.
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